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September 23, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…12 Ic4ng { News: 76-DAILY Display Ads: 764"554 Classified Ads: 7640557 One hundred seven years ofeditori'lfreedom Wednesday September 23, 1998 S A ilissioll! Clinton ratings rise In polls Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - Buoyed by ini- tial reaction supporting President Clinton, the White House and congres- anal Democrats expressed hope yes- day that the public's general disinter- est after viewing the president's video- taped grand jury t...…

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…2 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 NATION/WORLD U.S. pre:hssure* 7s *apan over economy The Washington Post NEW YORK --Seeking a degree of stability in both their political and financial worlds, President Clinton and Japan's new prime minister, Keizo Obuchi, met yesterday for the first time in talks marked by U.S. pressure on Tokyo to take grander measures to strengthen its economy and repair its troubled banking system. "I...…

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… LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday. September 23, 1998 - 3 OH IGHER EDUCATION Increased aid brings large class to Princeton 4 Princeton University's class of 2002 is different from other classes thathave gone to Princeton in the past. Due to new financial aid pack- ages approved last January, this year's incoming class has a larger number of students from middle- income families, The Daily Princetonian reported. The financial aid pr...…

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…4 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 U i E a ttn ttil 420 Maynard Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan LAURIE MAYK Editor in Chief 'JACK SCHILLACI Editorial Page Editor 'In the past, infidelity didn't get exposed in the public sphere. But as an American historian, I would say they could do the same kind of Starr Report for every president.' - University history Prof Regin...…

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… .LOCAL/STATE The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 -5 r, c -AAMM, IMS& u s T a h *ghI aiLnp eme semester to By NikaSchulte Daily StafJRcport.T Iloping to receive a variety of suggestions from university students, planning commit- tees will hold meetings today and tomorrow to prepare lhr next term's theme semester, "Diversity: Theories and Practices." W he choice for the theme semester, cou- pled with the recent lawsuits filed ...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23. 1998 - 7 * ew telephone service can *filter sales calls Northwood communitAL rebuilds after loss : (A 11CAGO ,AP) Id marketers beware. Ameritech Corp. is offering what it says is a firstlof-its-kind service to fil- ter out those annoying sales calls that always seem o come during dinner. The messige is loud and clear. Our customers amply want control over telemarketirg,:' Diane Primo, preside...…

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…8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 Physician-assisted suicide forum provokes debate Locking arms FORUM Continued from Page £ options, including hospice care and pain control. "We've tried to write a proposal that's reasonable, which will allow terminally ill, mentally-competent adults to hasten their deaths," Pierce said. "People on the whole want to live, and physicians want them to live." Most polls show popular suppor...…

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… nesmsiits Detroit ncess Caroline of Monaco will visit Detroit tomorrow. Los Ballets de Monte Carlo opens the Detroit Opera House's fal sea son with Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet." HRH Princess Caroae' founded the company in 1985 and is expected to attend as a ds tinguished guest. The ballet runs through Sunday. For tickets or more information, call (313) 874-7464. U e Lid jiqun uilg Tomorrow in Daily Arts: Weekend, etc. Magazine. The weekly...…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 Johnson to fly high at Borders Brad Johnson The Bird That Flies Highest Rutledge Tih year is 2013 The oldies station on the car radio hums to the sound of the Mghty Mighty Bosstones. And w hile there aie no kids nding around on flying skateboards or wearing inflathable jackets as "Back to the Future" pre- dicted, the world has changed dramatically. In his new thriller "The Bird That Fli...…

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…'Jesse serves mild fim By Erin Podolsky Daily Arts Writer In a television season filled with actors intent on redefining small screen personae, ="Jesse" stands out as it presents former "Married ... With Children" mall- rat Christina Applegate as a work- ing single mom trying to balance her son, her dad, her brothers and er love life into a nominally nor- mal existence. NBC is giving "Jesse" the added cushion of a post- Seinfeldian "Must See T...…

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…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 New generation keeps reruns alive Should we 'trust' media alliances? By Michael Galloway TV/New Media Editor It's tragic in a way. There was a time when you did- n't have to go to "TV Land" or visit "Nick at Night" in order to watch the golden oldies of television. Stations would simply run old reruns of shows to fill in air time. But those days are past. Our generation will prob- ably...…

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… $coreboard . MAJOR LEAGUE TORONTO 7, BASEBALL Baltimore 3 SMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 14, 11 N, VAP in, KANSAS CITY 4 (1) NEVYR H1I0, Cleveland 4 (2) NEW YORK 5, Cleveland 1 BOSTON, Tampa Bay 2 Chicago 4. MINNESOTA 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 10, CINCINNATI 8 (11)_ Atlanta 4, FLORIDA 1 Montreal 5, NEW YORK 3 Arizona 8, COLORADO 6 Chicago 5, MILWAUKEE 2 ST. LOUIS 4, Houston 0 SPO ilrga RTS Tracking 'M' teams Check oUt the Michigan field ho...…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 Ohio State looks ois'ed to crush biggest . dreams - but w at about Michigan's? Can you imagine standing under cen- ter, hailed as one of the nation's most innovative quarterbacks - a Sports Illustrated story subject - and then getting stepped on as if your No. 19 ranking were meaningless? Quarterback Corby Jones knows the feeling. His Missouri Tigers were competitive through the first h...…

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…The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 23, 1998 -15 Louisville men's basketball, women's volleyball slugged by NCAA sanctions LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AlP) - The NCAA banned the Louisville men's basketball team from postseason play for one year yesterday and placed the school on three years' probation because of rules violations. The nine violations in the men's bas- ketball and women's volleyball pro- grams involved extra benefits, recruit- ing,...…

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